Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Let’s get the first thing gamers are complaining about out of the way: the only thing that relates Quantum Conundrm to Portal is Kim Swift. It’s a first-person puzzler that exists on its own, with its own set of rules and game design ideas. In fact, I found it to be even better than Portal in some aspects.
Simply enough, and as has been empirically justified with earlier puzzlers of this sort, the story is about a 12-year-old boy who is dropped off at his uncle’s mansion laboratory. That uncle happens to be an eccentric scientist and inventor named Professor Fitz Quadwrangle who mistakenly causes an explosion due to a failed experiment, throwing his existence off-balance, losing himself in-between dimensions. It therefore becomes your mission to discover what happened to him and potentially help him out.
As you go through the mansion, your »
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